Here was my solution:
Also working, keeping water ready to go for painting at one end of the sink at all times:
|Love my square/nearly un-tippable cups!|
Suddenly NOT WORKING this year, my pencil sharpeners on yarn:
|Note that four out of five are missing!|
|Why, yes, that IS a kiln cage right there in the corner of my classroom!|
Thanks so much for asking!
Also working this year, new signage for the paper cutter:
|I sat in a student chair before the year began this year to re-evaluate|
signs I needed students to see. This one was added.
|This sign has always been ON the paper cutter but is a bit above kid-height.|
|Fifth grade Gustav Klimt project|
It's SO HARD to scratch! I really think it's because it's been in my cabinet for a while and it's along an un-insulated wall, so it's got hot/cold for several years. Super frustrating!
Well, I'm sure there are more things working/not working around here (me, some days!) and I like to re-evaluate at this time of the year. You know, AFTER the art show (moving it to early March is my favorite thing we ever did!) when I have a chance to think again.
Happy art teaching, friends, the end is in sight!